Paul Sinclair Black Man Get Your Culture

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  • 1. Black Man Get Your Culture
  • 2. Black Man Get Your Culture (Version)

Next roots vocal cut to one of his most sought after tunes "Naturalization" recorded in the mid to late 70s with dub version on the flip. a.k.a. Jim Brown Studio 1 DJ.

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